Top Ten 21st Century Books I Think Will Become Classics

21st Century Books I Think Will Become Classics (Submitted by Lisa of Hopewell)

My gosh! This topic is so difficult! I’ve picked 10 books (published since January 2001) that I utterly adored, but these are just the first ten that occurred to me, that should/could become classics. There’s definitely more that I’ve forgotten for the moment.

The Raised by Wolves series // W A Hoffamn

The House in the Cerulean Sea // TJ Klune

A Man Called Ove // Fredrik Backman

The Goblin Emperor // Katherine Addison

Little Thieves // Margaret Rodgerson

The Bear and the Nightingale // Katherine Arden

The Murder Most Unladylike series // Robin Stevens

The Nevermoor series // Jessica Townsend

Blood Water Paint // Joy McCullough

The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo // Taylor Jenkins Reid

17 thoughts on “Top Ten 21st Century Books I Think Will Become Classics”

  1. Yay, I had Nevermoor on my list today too and I really hope it becomes a classic 😃 Evelyn Hugo and Cerulean Sea are very popular choices today and I love to see it—both are in my all-time faves list! TBATN is also another great one. Fab list, Louise!

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  2. I loved The Bear and The Nightingale, but I felt like the series really took off for me, with book 2. I wonder if that will affect it’s classic status?
    I also loved The Seven Husband’s of Evelyn Hugo. I could see that being a classic.
    I’ve been meaning to read the Goblin Emperor and the House in the Cerulean Sea for the longest time.
    Here’s my TTT:


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